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The report, titled "National Strategy for Homeland Security," said has protected its top leadership, replenished operational lieutenants, and "regenerated a safe haven" in Pakistan's tribal areas.
Viewzi zoned in on last year's National Strategy for Homeland Security.
The plan also eliminates port and rail security programs, but that doesn't seem to square with Bush's National Strategy for Homeland Security issued just last month that called for increased screening of cargo:
Back in August he released a paper under the aegis of a group called The Century Foundation "analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of the National Strategy for Homeland Security," basically suggesting the Bush Administration throw more money at it, streamline it oh yeah, a Cabinet-level department's sure gonna do that! and suggests that the strategy "must also place special emphasis on forging partnerships between the public and private sectors, internationally."
National Strategy for Homeland Security, Falkenrath is now a principal at The Chertoff Group, a global security and risk-management advisory firm, an adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a contributing editor at Bloomberg News.
In order to accomplish the objectives of the National Strategy for Homeland Security and ensure that the many different agencies and organizations responsible for implementing homeland defense programs across all levels of government conduct business in a manner that justifies the continued large scale spending, we need to enforce consistent performance measures with real repercussions for those who do not meet the standards.
In these positions, Cooper played a principle role in the development of the nation's first National Strategy for Homeland Security, and was part of the group responsible for crafting the proposal and legislation that formed the new Department of Homeland Security.
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